Happy Saturday South Jersey!
Today we have been gifted with a beautiful, mild, mostly sunny day with temperatures in the upper 60's. It has been another day where clouds have been fighting for a piece of the sky. A few scattered showers will still be possible as the remaining clouds clear out tonight. The wind will change from the west to northwest as a secondary cold front moves through. Although we had mild weather for Saturday, Sunday and Monday are looking to be much colder. Starting with Saturday overnight lows, temperatures are expected to drop into mid 40's on the mainland and upper 40's along the shore.
Sunday will be a much cooler day than what we experienced for Saturday. Temperatures will only reach the mid 50's on the mainland and along the shore. The north and northwest winds will also pick up during the day and are expected to gust up to 20 miles per hour. Temperatures will drop well into the low 30's overnight Sunday. For Monday, High pressure will continue to push through during the day. Winds do look to subside during the day and into the overnight hours, Monday is looking unseasonably cold, the truly Canadian air mass will make it a struggle for daytime highs to hit the 50 degree mark.
The week does hold a bit of a temperature roller coaster. A nice ridge in the upper air pattern will push northeastward. Because dry air will already be in place Monday into Tuesday, Tuesday will see a rebound with temperatures before the skies will see clouds into the day. Temperatures for Tuesday are expected to bounce back into the upper 50's and increase throughout the week.
Hope everyone continues to enjoy their weekend!
Until next time,
Meteorologist Sydney Daniel